CPR for Friday, October 31, 2008

Protect life over personal privacy, universities told
Vancouver Sun – British Columbia, Canada
The reluctance of two universities to disclose information that might have saved two lives has prompted the BC and Ontario privacy commissioners to issue

Privacy czar backs Carleton in Kajouji case
Ottawa Citizen – Ontario, Canada
Ontario’s privacy commissioner says she is satisfied with Carleton University’s decision not to alert Nadia Kajouji’s family about the young student’s

Privacy commissioner issues wake-up call over disposal of equipment
CBC.ca – Toronto,Ontario,Canada
Newfoundland and Labrador’s privacy commissioner said Thursday he is giving the province’s public agencies a wake-up call over how they handle old equipment

Commissioners clarify privacy guidelines in wake of Ont. student’s
Canada.com – Don Mills,Ontario,Canada
OTTAWA – Almost nine months after the death of a troubled Carleton University student who had spoken of suicide, privacy commissioners in Ontario and

Opinion: What trumps privacy?
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
By Jay Cline October 30, 2008 (Computerworld) We all like to think our privacy is absolute. But if your job involves working across borders, you’ll want to

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